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The first day of school has been changed to Friday, August 15, 2014, not Monday, August 18, 2014 as originally scheduled.

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 New/Interested Students
ALL STUDENTS MUST APPLY & INTERVIEW BEFORE ENTERING OPTIONS or PATHWAYS
LPS Staff Recommendation
Interested parents/students should contact a counselor or administrator from their home school for additional information.

The main offices are currently closed until 8:00AM, Monday, August 3rd


 
PAC April Meeting Notes

PAC April Meeting Notes

Please refer to the "New/Announcements" tab found at the top of the website and then click on the link titled PAC Meeting Notes April 23, 2014.

April Newsletter

April Newsletter

Please refer to the "Newsletters" tab found at the top of the website and then click on the April 2014 link to access this month's newsletter!

ACT Testing 4/23/14

ACT Testing 4/23/14

ACT TESTING Wednesday April 23, 2014 11th Graders MUST arrive at 8:00am-12:30pm (No school for 10th & 12th Grades only) 7th-9th Grades Normal Day

OPA Lower Girls Volleyball

OPA Lower Girls Volleyball

Games start at 3:15Wednesday, March 19th, Pathways @ NewtonThursday, March 20th, Pathways @ EuclidThursday, April 3rd, Pathways @ Powell (2 games)Monday, April 7th, Pathways @ NewtonThursday, April 10th, Pathways @ GoddardThursday, April 17th, Pathways @ GoddardThursday, April 24th, Pathways @ EuclidTuesday, April 29th, Pathways @ Powell (2 games)T...

March Newsletter

March Newsletter

Please refer to the "Newsletters" tab found at the top of the website and then click on the March 2014 link to access this month's newsletter!

SPRING APPRECIATION RAFFLE

SPRING APPRECIATION RAFFLE

SPRING APPRECIATION RAFFLE Win prizes for writing letters to your Teachers & School Staff! Drawings for Prizes will occur on March 21st, 2014 Call Corey or Tammy for questions: (303) 347-4739 What a Year This Was! Celebrate Spring, and get into testing mode by writing letters to the people who have helped you be your best, this year! W...

 

Vision Statement
   
 Our OPA vision is to create...
a purposeful community that values meaningful relationships,
an engaging learning environment, and a dedication to academic
and personal success.


 

 

 

                                 OPTIONS
                            
(10th-12th Grades)

Options High School is designed to serve students who are currently attending another high school within Littleton Public Schools. Interested students need to contact a counselor at their home school to receive an application, and arrange for an interview with Options.            

Options High School is an alternative program for LPS high school students, grades 10-12.

  • Smaller student to teacher ratio (16 to 1) provides a more individualized learning experience.
  • Students earn a high school diploma from their home high school.
  • Core academic classes and electives meet the graduation requirements of the home high schools.
  • Community Employment Experience, ACTS vocational programs, and PSEO programs available.
  • Restorative Practices/Empathy Building
  • Online courses for credit recovery are offered.
  • Infant nursery and teen parent program available to students.

Options Schedules  

Pay Your School Fees online!

           

 

                     

                         PATHWAYS
                        (7th-9th Grades)
Pathways is designed to meet the needs of unique learners by providing a variety of approaches and activities. The core of the program is a skill-based curriculum specifically created to promote maximum success for those learners. Contact home school for consideration for placement in Pathways.

Pathways serves 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students enrolled in Littleton Public Schools.

  • Small class size
  • Team oriented
  • Mentor groups
  • Cultural experiences
  • State of the art computer lab
  • Strong sense of community
  • Emphasis on academics
  • Restorative Practices
  • Individual academic intervention
  • Community service opportunities
  • Parent Empowerment Program
  • Video production
  • Integrated 21st century classroom technology
          
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Lori Kinney, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources or Melissa Cooper, Director of Special Education and Student Support Services.
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